September 17, 2017 Subject:
Incorrect about Dough Knees.
They played Don't ease 6-8-94 and 6-10-94 both in Cal Expo! 6-24-94 Vegas, 7-1-94 Shoreline, pretty much all over the place! Not sure where this stat came from. I had done the entire west coast summer tour in 94 but for this one I was just passing through town on my way to san diego and stopped in to see what was shaking. Skecthy lot scene. Listened out in the lot till West LA and walked back to my car. Sloppy and tired sounding.
May 4, 2012 Subject:
Thanks for the upgrade
Great sound. Thanks for the upgrade CM.
IMHO, a mediocre show (though better than much of 94') highlighted by a truly Grate Terrapin. Recall the "Mock Turtle Jam" from the Cap Center 1990.3.15 show following that Terrapin... This Shoreline 94' performance seems like an extension of those musical ideas. Though supposedly the boys "never played the same show twice" and they probably didn't realize it, these two renditions sound similar.
First set see's Jerry "sing along" songs and though, "Dont Ease" hadn't been played in well over a year, did we really miss it?
Playin' Is plain sloppy, with Jer seeming out of the loop. UJB picks up a little steam but is still short of high quality. After Terrapin the show picks up momentum with a solid Drums segment and quality renditions of Stella Blue and Baby Blue.
So basically we have an above average show for a fairly weak year. IMHO 94' is the weakest year of GD performances next to 92'. This show is dwarfed by the awesome October 1st Boston show just a few weeks later.
5 Star Sound, REMASTERED MILLER
2 Star performance pre-Terrapin, picks up to steady 3
Total's a 4.
Source: Recording Info: UltraMatrix SBD -> PCM; Transfer: PCM (Sony SLV-M20HF) > Sony PCM-601ESD > Behringer Ultramatch Pro > Tascam DA-3000 (16-bit/44.1k) > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/16; All Transfers and Mastering by Charlie Miller; admon note: the original source had dropouts in tracks 13 and 14; please do not circulate the original source
Source: Recording Info: UltraMatrix SBD -> PCM; Transfer: PCM (Sony SLV-M20HF) > Sony PCM-601ESD > Behringer Ultramatch Pro > Tascam DA-3000 (16-bit/44.1k) > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/16; All Transfers and Mastering by Charlie Miller